Unable to pick client address: no addresses available
glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au
Mon Jan 20 05:58:19 UTC 2014
What is in the logs? Perhaps there is there one badly behaved client going
through and using up all your leases perhaps? How much free space in the
filesystem where leases are written?
On Mon, January 20, 2014 4:15 pm, Eugene M. Zheganin wrote:
> I'm running isc-dhcpd 4.2.5-P1 on a FreeBSD 10.0 for my ipv6 office
> network. After some time after start I'm getting these messages:
> Jan 20 09:54:26 taiga dhcpd: Unable to pick client address: no addresses
> Jan 20 09:54:26 taiga dhcpd: Reclaiming abandoned addresses is not yet
> supported. Treating this as an out of space condition
> And I'm clearly getting the impression that after this no new address
> lease can be received.
> Is there any way to solve this ? Right now I restart dhcpd using cron.
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